GS08M Green series 8′

(9 customer reviews)

Great for casting a lightweight or heavier jig, twitching a cork, pulling cranks or used for a vertical jigging.

$59.99

Description

Our most popular weighs in at 4.2 ounces. This is a spinning rod that is great for casting a lightweight or heavier jig, twitching a cork, pulling cranks or used for vertical jigging.

This is an 8′ mid seat rod with cork handle.  All the 8′ rods have the same blank and components.

 

  • Weight: 4.3 oz.
  • High grade carbon fiber.
  • Two piece
  • Action: med with fast tip.
  • Lure weight: 1/16th -1/4 ounce

Our Customers Have Spoken

5 / 5

Based on 9 reviews

5.00 out of 5

Ratings & Reviews

9 reviews with a 5-star rating

  1. One person found this helpful
    George Warlick

    8 ft. crappie stix

    After using this rod for a couple of years I think it’s the most sensitive rod made. My fishing buddies have all purchased one for themselves. That speaks toward the quality of this rod.it has enough backbone to lift a 2 lb. crappie into the boat yet you can feel the lightest tap.

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  2. One person found this helpful
    Keith

    Love it

    Best all around rod I’ve used

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  3. One person found this helpful
    Derek Wolford

    8 ft. Crappie Stix

    The best no holds barred panfish rod in the business. I dont want to use anything else. From the smallest bream to 2lb crappie and the 2 to 3 pound bass i ocasionally catch while crappie and perch fishing this rod handles them all. Great for flipping over the side of my pontoon fishing boat and the bite feel is sweet. I caught a 8 or 9 pound blue cat cruising brush the week before last and it handled it like a champ. I did net the cat, too much fish for lifting on 4lb test and a gold aberdeen hook. If i had to choose one rod, it would be a 8ft ACC Crappie Stix. I want 2 of the 6 ft in my arsenal next.

    Derek Wolford

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  4. One person found this helpful
    Will Felder

    Mo Vicious

    3 S’s = Superiority, Sensitive and Strong!

    Best on the Market!

    Will Felder

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  5. Jeff Barnes

    GS08M

    This is a great rod. I use it many different ways. Casting, Side pulling and pulling crankbaits.

    Jeff Barnes

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  6. Jimmy Rea

    Versatile

    I purchased my first 8′ acc over a year ago. I have caught tons of crappie with this super sensitive versatile casting/jigging rod. What really impressed me is the other fish it has been able to put in my boat/kayak. Catfish, bass, drum, white bass, even some great perch and bluegill. This is an absolutely amazing rod! Must have for the discerning fisherman!!

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  7. elmforkyak

    Versatile

    I have had mine for just over a year. This rod has amazing sensitivity along with the back bone needed to boat big fish. I use this rod for both vertical jigging and casting. I have caught tons of crappie along with big bass, catfish, white bass, drum and bluegill. If it bites this rod can handle getting it in your boat or kayak!

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  8. Jeremy sumner

    This is a very good rod,I have caught many fish with it.

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  9. daveholzner

    Go to rod

    This is my go to rod for crappie fishing. I can cast with it, vertical jig, or jig ‘n bobber. I have 6 of the 8’ green series on my deck at all times. I tend to use lighter weight 1/32, 1/24, and 1/16 oz jigs and this rod casts them all. Great all around sensitive rod that can handle the bass and catfish that invade our crappie baits.

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